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Very Interesting Photos. Part 10 (18 pics)

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Very Interesting Photos. Part 10 (18 pics)

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№1 Author: adzhoe (19 Dec 2013 06:39) Total user comments: 15091


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pic 1 just doesn't look quite right...
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№2 Author: Keta (19 Dec 2013 11:04) Total user comments: 385


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So does #17, but it doesn't mean it didn't happen.
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№3 Author: Dud76 (19 Dec 2013 14:00) Total user comments: 183


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#16: "Polar bear cub riding its mother"

Not worded quite right!
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№4 Author: Maxid (21 Dec 2013 17:28) Total user comments: 681


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Problems with #1 -
a) Bones don't float - the upper leg would not be upright like that unless something floating above was pulling them up, but:

b) There shouldn't be anything to hold the upper and lower together at the knee.

c) The lower legs in the pic have only 1 bone, but real lower legs have 2, the tibia and fibula.

My work here is done.
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№5 Author: Petey (14 Sep 2014 20:17) Total user comments: 0


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Pic #1 - once the flesh got eaten/rotted away from the bone, wouldn't there be a gap around the bones in the cement?
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